Now, Nitish camp of JD (U) blames Sonia for creating ‘rift’ within the party - One India
The Janata Dal (United) (JD (U)) which is running a coalition government with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Bihar is clearly in disarray. Instead of looking inward to solve their muddle, party leaders, belonging to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar camp, have started blaming other political parties for their own problems.
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RJD tried to split JD(U): Nitish Kumar - Times of India
AIADMK merged: 19 MLAs of Dinakaran camp to withdraw support to EPS govt - Anusha Ravi, One India
BJP president Amit Shah cancels Chennai visit, sparks Delhi reshuffle talk - Indian Express
Counter-terror agency NIA's name 'sends fear down spine' of those funding terror: Rajnath Singh - NDTV
3 Kashmiri boys in spot for breaking anthem law - Times of India
Amid Doka La standoff, Centre delegates greater powers to BRO for road construction along China border - Firstpost
Shivraj to lead BJP in 2018 election: Amit Shah - Times of India
Ladakh scuffle bad for India, China: MEA - Pioneer
Rajnath Singh says issues of Kashmir problem, terrorism, Naxalism will be resolved by 2022 - Firstpost
Bihar toll touches 119; over 4 lakh evacuated - Hindu
Nitish, Sharad Yadav's camps hold meetings in Patna; Bihar CM's reinduction into NDA likely - Ankit Misra, India Today
Army to have its own air firepower - Pioneer
EC slams political parties, says winning at all cost is new normal in politics - Financial Express
Opposition joins hands to fight BJP, preserve composite culture - Financial Express
Retired HC judge to probe J Jayalalithaa death: CM E K Palaniswami - Indian Express
JD(U) to pass resolution to join NDA - Business Standard
No confusion about figures by PM in I-Day speech: Jaitley - Business Standard
Benami properties case: Lalu Yadav's family to face criminal proceedings - Business Standard
Bihar flood: Over 85 killed, 18 dists affected - Pioneer
Floods ravage Bihar, Assam, West Bengal: Over 90 dead in India due to deluge caused by rains - Firstpost
With 26/11 attacks in mind, Centre clears Rs 32K crore plan to bolster Coast Guard - Economic Times
Terror funding case: NIA raids 12 locations in Srinagar, north Kashmir - Firstpost
AIIMS will not charge for medical tests below Rs 500 - Money Control
Now, JD (U) suspends 21 members for 'anti-party activities' - Times of India
PM Modi speaks to Bihar and Assam CMs, says monitoring flood situation closely - Indian Express
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Unfortunately, parties like the Congress and CPI(M) have attacked the Army chief and armed forces who have registered major success in eliminating terrorists and their sponsors across the border. It is because of the security forces’ effective actions that Pakistan-sponsored terrorists have been under siege. We hope political parties will speak up against the enemies of India rather than aiming theirs barbs at the Army. Such political opportunism has given unwarranted moral strength to the enemies of the country and in a way it contributed to such action (the attack on pilgrims).
GVL Narasimha Rao, BJP National Spokesperson

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